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Modern Infrastructure – May 2015

Just when you thought you had driven the last nail in the coffin of old-school IT, you find out it’s back -- albeit with a twist.

Remember operating system-level virtualization? This method of server virtualization is back with a vengeance as containers, with Docker leading the charge. But whereas the old-school containers were used largely by service providers to eke out every last drop of capacity from their server farm, today’s containers are an application-portability play.

As for data center infrastructure, not only has the entire world not moved to public cloud, but many organizations use that consummate old-school IT model: the data center co-location facility.

Ethernet, meanwhile, never left the data center. Still, tomorrow’s Ethernet doesn’t look much like the Ethernet you know and love.

Read all about this and more in the May issue of Modern Infrastructure.

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